Scott dares the audience to accept what he is doing, no questions asked, making House of Gucci a lethally deranged haute couture treatise on avarice, fashion, family and fame I’m going to be thinking about for a long time to come.
“It’s a contemporary morality tale. It’s about being true to yourself. It’s a warning against rampant consumerism. But it’s also satisfying from a horror perspective. Let’s not forget that.”
– Director Lee Haven Jones
The Feast does not skimp on the blood and gore, the resulting mixture of social commentary and ghoulish mystical terror beautifully upsetting on a primal level.
“You could say this story is very much about the inability to simply just be upfront and honest. I think that’s something to think about. I love how that kind of becomes more meaningful as things go on.”
– David Verbeek
Dead & Beautiful has bite, and in this instance that’s enough to warrant a look.
I gave Red Notice my full attention, and all it gave me back was a headache.
Antlers proves to be a visceral nightmare in which fantasy and reality collide and become one, while Cooper satiates my appetite for intelligently haunting terror with delectable aplomb.
The beat just felt a little off, and I can’t say I think that’s going to change if I were to give Last Night in Soho a second chance to win me over in the future.
Night Teeth is Collateral with fangs by way of Stephenie Meyer and, surprisingly enough, I don’t mean any of that as a negative.